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  • "Smoke Kept Getting Thicker": Horror Onboard Jaipur-Kolkata IndiGo Flight

    "Smoke Kept Getting Thicker": Horror Onboard Jaipur-Kolkata IndiGo Flight

    "It smelt like a burning heater" says Subhomoy Halder, a 16-year-old Class 10 student who was onboard IndiGo 6E-237 on Monday evening, an Airbus A-320neo flight between Jaipur and Kolkata.

  • Watch: Smoke Inside IndiGo Plane, Passengers Evacuated By Emergency Slide

    Watch: Smoke Inside IndiGo Plane, Passengers Evacuated By Emergency Slide

    An IndiGo flight with 136 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Kolkata on Monday night after smoke was detected in the cabin of the aircraft. The airline said all the passengers and crew are safe.

  • VVIP Chopper Case: Christian Michel Extradited, Flies to India Tonight

    VVIP Chopper Case: Christian Michel Extradited, Flies to India Tonight

    Christian Michel, the alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland chopper deal, will be extradited to India tonight, his lawyer has told NDTV. The extradition is happening after a court in Dubai denied his plea last month.

  • No Special Treatment For Reliance, Have Taken Action, Says Navy Chief

    No Special Treatment For Reliance, Have Taken Action, Says Navy Chief

    The bank guarantees of Reliance Naval and Engineering Limited, which has an order to supply five offshore patrol vessels, have been encashed, said Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba.

  • Attacked By Andaman Tribe, Coast Guard Officer's Terrifying Account

    Attacked By Andaman Tribe, Coast Guard Officer's Terrifying Account

    "They were just 200 metres away and were attacking my helicopter with everything they had - arrows were flying everywhere. I was on the ground on North Sentinel Island. The rotors of my chopper were running. In moments, my crew and I would have been captured and killed."

  • In Radical Restructuring Plan, Army Brigadiers, Major Generals To Have Same Rank, Pay

    In Radical Restructuring Plan, Army Brigadiers, Major Generals To Have Same Rank, Pay

    Within two years, the ranks of Brigadier and Major General in the Indian Army could be merged, a move that is part of the most comprehensive plan ever to re-organise the force. The plans would, however, need to be approved by the Defence Ministry before they can be implemented on the ground.

  • "What If Offset Partner Runs Off?" Why Supreme Court Asked This On Rafale

    "What If Offset Partner Runs Off?" Why Supreme Court Asked This On Rafale

    In a four-hour hearing on the Rafale jet deal today, the Supreme Court questioned the government's stance that it had no role in the offset clause, which is the focal point of the opposition's charge of corruption in the Rs 59,000 crore contract. Rafale-maker Dassault has not yet submitted details of its offset partner, the government told the Supr...

  • "36 Rafale Jets 9 Per Cent Cheaper," Says Dassault CEO Amid Row Over Deal

    "36 Rafale Jets 9 Per Cent Cheaper," Says Dassault CEO Amid Row Over Deal

    Diving into the political back-and-forth in India over the Rafale jet deal, French plane-maker Dassault today put out a detailed rebuttal of Rahul Gandhi's allegations of "lies" and corruption in its tie-up with companies in Anil Ambani's Reliance Group for offset contracts.

  • Senior Air India Pilot Who Failed Alcohol Test Grounded For 3 Years

    Senior Air India Pilot Who Failed Alcohol Test Grounded For 3 Years

    A senior Air India pilot has been barred from flying for at least three years after he failed the alcohol test before his scheduled international flight on Sunday. Captain Arvind Kathpalia, who is also the Director of Operations at Air India, was found to have an unacceptably high blood alcohol content shortly before his flight between New Delhi an...

  • Senior Air India Pilot Found Drunk, Another Skips Test. Both Grounded

    Senior Air India Pilot Found Drunk, Another Skips Test. Both Grounded

    National carrier Air India today grounded a senior official after a mandatory breathalyzer test conducted shortly before he was supposed to fly a Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane between New Delhi and London detected an unacceptably high alcohol count in his blood. Captain Arvind Kathpalia, the Air India Director of Operations, will now face a probe by ...

  • INS Arihant Completes India's Nuclear Triad: 10 Things To Know

    INS Arihant Completes India's Nuclear Triad: 10 Things To Know

    INS Arihant, India's first nuclear ballistic missile submarine, has completed its first deterrence patrol today. This means the submarine is fully operational and, when deployed, for extended patrols, can target regional adversaries such as China with nuclear-tipped submarine-launched ballistic missiles.

  • With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    Arihant, India's first nuclear ballistic missile submarine, has competed its first deterrence patrol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. "I congratulate all those involved, especially the crew of INS Arihant for this accomplishment, which will always be remembered in our history," PM Modi said.

  • "PM Modi Won't Survive An Inquiry On Rafale, I Guarantee": Rahul Gandhi

    "PM Modi Won't Survive An Inquiry On Rafale, I Guarantee": Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal: "It is now revealed that the land was actually bought from the money of the contract that was given by Dassault to Anil Ambani... this is a clear-cut case of getting a kickback"

  • Soldier, 22, Killed As Protesters Throw Stones At Army Convoy In Kashmir

    Soldier, 22, Killed As Protesters Throw Stones At Army Convoy In Kashmir

    A soldier was killed after protesters threw stones at an army convoy passing through the Anantnag bypass tri-junction in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, an army spokesperson said today.

  • Defence Ministry Spokesperson Sent On Leave Over Tweet Insulting Military

    Defence Ministry Spokesperson Sent On Leave Over Tweet Insulting Military

    The spokesperson of the ministry of defence has been sent on leave after a tweet from the spokesperson's official twitter handle was seen as an insult by veterans of the armed forces. "Col. Aman Anand, took over as the acting Official Spokesperson of MOD as the Spokesperson proceeds on leave," the defence ministry spokesperson's handle tweeted on F...

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'Vishnu Som' - 500 News Result(s)

  • "Smoke Kept Getting Thicker": Horror Onboard Jaipur-Kolkata IndiGo Flight

    "Smoke Kept Getting Thicker": Horror Onboard Jaipur-Kolkata IndiGo Flight

    "It smelt like a burning heater" says Subhomoy Halder, a 16-year-old Class 10 student who was onboard IndiGo 6E-237 on Monday evening, an Airbus A-320neo flight between Jaipur and Kolkata.

  • Watch: Smoke Inside IndiGo Plane, Passengers Evacuated By Emergency Slide

    Watch: Smoke Inside IndiGo Plane, Passengers Evacuated By Emergency Slide

    An IndiGo flight with 136 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Kolkata on Monday night after smoke was detected in the cabin of the aircraft. The airline said all the passengers and crew are safe.

  • VVIP Chopper Case: Christian Michel Extradited, Flies to India Tonight

    VVIP Chopper Case: Christian Michel Extradited, Flies to India Tonight

    Christian Michel, the alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland chopper deal, will be extradited to India tonight, his lawyer has told NDTV. The extradition is happening after a court in Dubai denied his plea last month.

  • No Special Treatment For Reliance, Have Taken Action, Says Navy Chief

    No Special Treatment For Reliance, Have Taken Action, Says Navy Chief

    The bank guarantees of Reliance Naval and Engineering Limited, which has an order to supply five offshore patrol vessels, have been encashed, said Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba.

  • Attacked By Andaman Tribe, Coast Guard Officer's Terrifying Account

    Attacked By Andaman Tribe, Coast Guard Officer's Terrifying Account

    "They were just 200 metres away and were attacking my helicopter with everything they had - arrows were flying everywhere. I was on the ground on North Sentinel Island. The rotors of my chopper were running. In moments, my crew and I would have been captured and killed."

  • In Radical Restructuring Plan, Army Brigadiers, Major Generals To Have Same Rank, Pay

    In Radical Restructuring Plan, Army Brigadiers, Major Generals To Have Same Rank, Pay

    Within two years, the ranks of Brigadier and Major General in the Indian Army could be merged, a move that is part of the most comprehensive plan ever to re-organise the force. The plans would, however, need to be approved by the Defence Ministry before they can be implemented on the ground.

  • "What If Offset Partner Runs Off?" Why Supreme Court Asked This On Rafale

    "What If Offset Partner Runs Off?" Why Supreme Court Asked This On Rafale

    In a four-hour hearing on the Rafale jet deal today, the Supreme Court questioned the government's stance that it had no role in the offset clause, which is the focal point of the opposition's charge of corruption in the Rs 59,000 crore contract. Rafale-maker Dassault has not yet submitted details of its offset partner, the government told the Supr...

  • "36 Rafale Jets 9 Per Cent Cheaper," Says Dassault CEO Amid Row Over Deal

    "36 Rafale Jets 9 Per Cent Cheaper," Says Dassault CEO Amid Row Over Deal

    Diving into the political back-and-forth in India over the Rafale jet deal, French plane-maker Dassault today put out a detailed rebuttal of Rahul Gandhi's allegations of "lies" and corruption in its tie-up with companies in Anil Ambani's Reliance Group for offset contracts.

  • Senior Air India Pilot Who Failed Alcohol Test Grounded For 3 Years

    Senior Air India Pilot Who Failed Alcohol Test Grounded For 3 Years

    A senior Air India pilot has been barred from flying for at least three years after he failed the alcohol test before his scheduled international flight on Sunday. Captain Arvind Kathpalia, who is also the Director of Operations at Air India, was found to have an unacceptably high blood alcohol content shortly before his flight between New Delhi an...

  • Senior Air India Pilot Found Drunk, Another Skips Test. Both Grounded

    Senior Air India Pilot Found Drunk, Another Skips Test. Both Grounded

    National carrier Air India today grounded a senior official after a mandatory breathalyzer test conducted shortly before he was supposed to fly a Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane between New Delhi and London detected an unacceptably high alcohol count in his blood. Captain Arvind Kathpalia, the Air India Director of Operations, will now face a probe by ...

  • INS Arihant Completes India's Nuclear Triad: 10 Things To Know

    INS Arihant Completes India's Nuclear Triad: 10 Things To Know

    INS Arihant, India's first nuclear ballistic missile submarine, has completed its first deterrence patrol today. This means the submarine is fully operational and, when deployed, for extended patrols, can target regional adversaries such as China with nuclear-tipped submarine-launched ballistic missiles.

  • With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    With INS Arihant Milestone, India Joins Exclusive Nuclear Missile Club

    Arihant, India's first nuclear ballistic missile submarine, has competed its first deterrence patrol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today. "I congratulate all those involved, especially the crew of INS Arihant for this accomplishment, which will always be remembered in our history," PM Modi said.

  • "PM Modi Won't Survive An Inquiry On Rafale, I Guarantee": Rahul Gandhi

    "PM Modi Won't Survive An Inquiry On Rafale, I Guarantee": Rahul Gandhi

    Rahul Gandhi on Rafale Deal: "It is now revealed that the land was actually bought from the money of the contract that was given by Dassault to Anil Ambani... this is a clear-cut case of getting a kickback"

  • Soldier, 22, Killed As Protesters Throw Stones At Army Convoy In Kashmir

    Soldier, 22, Killed As Protesters Throw Stones At Army Convoy In Kashmir

    A soldier was killed after protesters threw stones at an army convoy passing through the Anantnag bypass tri-junction in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, an army spokesperson said today.

  • Defence Ministry Spokesperson Sent On Leave Over Tweet Insulting Military

    Defence Ministry Spokesperson Sent On Leave Over Tweet Insulting Military

    The spokesperson of the ministry of defence has been sent on leave after a tweet from the spokesperson's official twitter handle was seen as an insult by veterans of the armed forces. "Col. Aman Anand, took over as the acting Official Spokesperson of MOD as the Spokesperson proceeds on leave," the defence ministry spokesperson's handle tweeted on F...

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